GTA has been appointed to assist Hassell Studio with the development of a pedestrian movement strategy and supporting alterations to the road reserve as part of the implementation of a significant campus extension for Uni SA on Hindley Street in the city centre. The new learning centre on the south side of Hindley Street will generate a significant level of pedestrian activity across Hindley Street to and from the existing campus buildings on the north side. This will require a new approach to creating the right environment for high volume pedestrian movement and accommodating cycle access alongside existing high, but generally low speed, traffic volumes. GTA has undertaken existing pedestrian observations identifying current crossing patterns with many pedestrians crossing in a variety of locations away from the formal controlled pedestrian crossing. With current speed restrictions assessments being undertaken along Hindley Street, GTA’s analysis will determine the suitability of delivering the aspirations for a shared street area. GTA also has wider experience with Adelaide and South Australia on a number of projects where pedestrian and cycle access and design formed part of the study brief.